Friday, December 9, 2011

Two Headed Dog? (Weekend Reflections 116)

Newport Beach, California  ( I just got back from Europe so I probably wont be blogging very much this weekend but I hope to start posting some photos from my trip at  my other blog.)  I'm also looking forward to catching up on the reflections that I missed.

While I was at a stoplight I saw this cute dog and it's reflection reflected in my side view. I thought it would be perfect for Weekend Reflections. Fortunately my camera was right next to me.
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55 comments:

  1. The dog is perfect punctuation and makes this photo. Nice catch James and welcome back.

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  2. Welcome back, James! Your two-headed doggie reflection is perfect - it's so good to start the day with a smile!

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  3. You have a good eye, always capture cool moments!
    Have a good weekend James! ;-)

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  4. Glad to see you back! I'm impatient to see pictures of your trip.
    Funny reflection today, this dog seems so happy!

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  5. Wonderful photo, nice frame and excellent reflection in the mirror.

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  6. The dog looks a bit like my Lindy. Glad the two-headed version is a reflection, it keeps me busy enough feeding a one-headed dog.
    Glad you're back, James, and so am I. I was visiting a friend who asked if I'd like to use her reflection shot in my blog and it is too good to pass up. She took it in Norway, a fabulous shot.
    K

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  7. I used to have a lab that loved to hang it's head out the window, slobbering all over everything, brings back fond memories!

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  8. that's a great catch of a shot! welcome back, hope you had the time of your life. thanks for hosting WR every week, and happy Friday James.

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  9. Well spotted, very cool capture, James!

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  10. I giggled to myself when I saw the picture you took of that dog--who's obviously having the time of his life. What a unique way to capture such a wonderful moment!

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  11. I was looking through some of the images I'd missed over the past months--and could not find a way to comment. I wanted you to know I am SO inspired by your photography.

    Thank you!

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  12. Reflections within reflections—love it! Looking forward to your Europe pix.

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  13. James, welcome back! Humorous twist in perfect reflection! You captured a great moment.
    Best wishes,
    keiko

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  14. Love it, James! Had to blink, looks like our golden in his favorite place too :)

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  15. Welcome back! Love the golden retriever! My choice for Weekend Reflections is up.

    ~Antonette

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  16. welcome home James
    I love the pup in the window
    they're so happy to take a drive and hang out
    I get some of my best shots at stop lights

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  17. Haha. Yeah, a 2 headed dog. I would have missed that. Happy Weekend James.

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  18. Woof - Woof to the reflections,lol.
    Nice capture James.

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  19. A double reflection is always fun, especially when the subject is a cutie. Welcome back, James!

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  20. Excellent photo! Great capture! Really funny! Good job!

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  21. Double good--a reflection of a reflection in a mirror and a two headed dog!
    Welcome back, James.

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  22. Glad to have you back, James! And looking forward to your pics from Europe! To me it's kind of scary when dogs do that, with so many drivers around who don't know what they're doing.

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  23. Reflections within reflections...

    Amazing!

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  24. What terrific reflections, James! Love them! Good to see you back and I hope you had a great trip! Enjoy your weekend! Thanks as always for the weekend fun!

    Sylvia

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  25. Cerberus had three heads, but this guy is well on his way!

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  26. Great catch sir James. Glad you're home safe and sound.

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  27. This picture is absolutely great ! such a funny shot !

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  28. Nice capture!

    Welcome home James, looking forward to your vacation photos!

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  29. A great shot James! The poor dog clearly doesn't know whether it's coming or going! Welcome back and, like many others, am looking forward to your European captures.

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  30. Great shot, love it!
    Have a nice weekend.

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  31. An inquisitive canine. Very cute!

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  32. Great image, James. Dog is a bonus!
    Thanks for hosting Weekend Reflections.

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  33. Glad you are back, safe and sound.
    Stoplights can provide photo opportunities, right? love it!

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  34. Great reflections here, James. The dog head is perfect!

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  35. How clever — a reflection of a reflection! Glad you had a safe return from your vacation and can't wait to see where you have been...

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  36. Glad you are back. You have such a good eye!

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  37. Hi I am joining you for the first time as I have just set up a photography blog. Good to meet you and find this meme.

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  38. A reflection within the reflection, well done!

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  39. I love your photo. I am sure the dog would like to run in the woods better than being caught in a car which is itself caught in a traffic jam. :-)

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  40. Excellent!
    Thanks for sharing, James;o)

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    Have a great weekend****

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  41. If that was a red subaru with the dog sticking her head out the window, I'd of said "How'd you manage to snap a pic of us and Kelly when we were on the island for Thanksgiving???" Next time we're heading down your way...I'll shoot you an email!!! (TheChief's brother lives on the island)

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  42. But what a nice picture this is.Like it very much. Thanks for showing James.

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  43. Demikhov style...
    God bless you!
    Cezar

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  44. Hope you had an excellent trip James, am looking forward to seeing where you were off to this time. Your reflection in a reflection of a mythical two headed dog is wonderful, great reaction to grab the camera and shoot before the light changed. Some photos just won't wait !

    As I know how much you love the Red Balloon story from Paris, I think you may enjoy the sailboats on a pool in the Tuilleries... one of those timeless parts of Paris that takes us back deep into our childhoods. Take care James, à bientôt...

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  45. That's the neatest reflection- ever!!

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  46. That's an excellent capture !!

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